A recent college graduate embarks on her very first international journey-all alone. Armed with nothing more than her suitcases and overwhelming emotions, she arrives in France. As she struggles to establish herself and determine her unique identity in this new world, she is plagued by a past rooted in pain and spiritual emptiness. Over the course of seven months she is forced to examine her beliefs and spirituality. Will her past hurts and resentment suffocate her present and future? Will she open her heart and forgive? In a truly inspirational story of self-discovery, experience God's incredible mercy and sovereignty as He turns even life's lowest moments into spiritual prosperity.Dionna Latimer-Hearn is a practicing speech-language pathologist and the co-founder/director of the R.E.A.C.T. Initiative, a nonprofit organization serving inner city youth. She lives in Severn, Maryland, with her husband Cedric, and their three sons: Cedric Jr., Ryan, and Dominic. This is her first novel.